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For Faculty: EBSCO

How to find persistent links: EBSCO

Which resources are from EBSCO?  Click this list of EBSCO databases to be certain.

  • Once you have done your search, click on the title of the article you want to use to open its full record. 
  • Click on the Permalink button at the far right of the screen.  undefined
  • This will open a new box, displaying the permalink to this record.  Copy and paste the link from this box to share the permalink.


Remember: When using links from any of Lipscomb Library's online resources with your students, double-check that the following text prepends the URL for the resource:   If it does not, simply replace the text that comes before with that text, then copy and paste the entire link.

Sample of a correct EBSCO persistent URL:

Links that will not work:

  • Do not copy and paste the URL from your browser address bar
  • The Permalink URL with an incorrect proxy prefix:
  • The Permalink without the proxy prefix: